Where will tech entrepreneurs spend their networking time this year? Stay on top of events with Ubertesters!

Below you will find a list of events that we believe will be the most reputable among tech entrepreneurs, start-ups and geeks in 2015.

10 Technology Conferences We Can't Miss in 2015

This list can be updated throughout the year – make sure to drop a note with your favorite conference to be added!

P.S. Don’t forget to check out our hints for all conferences that will help you to get cheaper or totally free attendance.

Tech conferences in Europe

Dublin Web Summit

When: 3-5 November, 2015
Where: Dublin, Ireland
Cost: €1525
Attendees: 20,000+
Website: websummit.net

Dublin Web Summit is the most influential and international tech event in Europe. It’s also a great opportunity to speak to top international media outlets like Forbes, Bloomberg, CNN and others who regularly attend.

Who should attend:

  • Technology Executives and start-up founders;
  • Software development expert and geeks;
  • Digital marketing specialists;
  • 4YFN in Barcelona

    When: March 2-5, 2015
    Where: Barcelona, Spain
    Cost: €299
    Attendees: 85,000+
    Website: www.4yfn.com

    4FYN in Barcelona is a part of GSMA Mobile World Congress, the #1 event for the global mobile industry. This startup event is devoted to innovation in the mobile ecosystem.

    Ubertesters will attend 4YFN this year! Don’t miss out new pictures in twitter.

    Who should attend:

  • Technology Executives and start-up founders;
  • Venture Investors;
  • Marketing and sales specialists;
  • Everyone passionate about technology innovations.
  • London Technology Week

    When: June 15-21, 2015
    Where: London, UK
    Cost: the registration is not open yet.
    Attendees: 40,000+
    Website: londontechnologyweek.co.uk

    London Technology Week brings together domestic and international tech specialists and enthusiasts for new networking and business opportunities. In 2015 LTW will be focused on 6 themes: talent and education, innovation and growth, investment and funding, coming to London and going global, diversity, social impact. So if it is something of interest to you – make sure to join other leading tech companies from around the world and attend the conference.

    Who should attend:

    • Technology Executives and start-up founders;
    • Software development expert and geeks;
    • Everyone passionate about technology innovations.

    Hint from Ubertesters: make sure to join LTW mailing list to be first to know when registration is open and to enjoy early-bird ticket rates.

    Apps World 2015

    When: April 22-23, 2015
    Where: Berlin, Germany
    Cost: €250 – €1000
    Attendees: 6,000+
    Website: apps-world.net/germany

    Apps World is the leading global event series that will bring together 150+ exhibitors and 6,000+ attendees this year from across the app ecosystem, from Germany, EE and beyond.

    Who should attend:

    • Developers;
    • Mobile marketers;
    • Device manufacturers;
    • Mobile industry professionals and entrepreneurs.

    Hint from Ubertesters: There are free exhibition workshops, including Droid World, Developer World, Cloud apps World and Enterprise Apps World. Don’t miss it.

    Tech conferences in USA

    CES 2016

    When: January 6-9, 2016
    Where: Las Vegas, USA
    Cost: $150-$1,600 (from one session pass to all access pass)
    Attendees: 150,000+
    Website: cesweb.org

    No mistake, it’s 2016. The reason we included CES 2016 into this list is simple: you’ve already missed CES 2015 (and so do we). So make sure to get ready to the next one!

    CES – Consumer Electronic Show – is the world’s gathering place for tech enthusiasts. CES showcases the future of consumer technology. 82% of Americas Fortune 500 companies are represented in the conference.

    Who should attend:

    • Tech entrepreneurs, start-up founders, venture investors;
    • Software developers and geeks;
    • Everyone involved into consumer electronics industry.

    Hint from Ubertesters: There is a list of free tracks and sessions, so make sure to scroll down their Purchase Passes page ;)

    Mobile Week 2015 Conference

    When: April 17-23, 2015
    Where: New York, NY
    Cost: $399
    Attendees: 1000+
    Website: mobileweek.co

    MobileWeek is a conference where mobile developers, entrepreneurs and executives master their skills behind the revolution in mobile industry.

    Who should attend:

    • Mobile Developers;
    • Technology Executives and start-up founders;
    • Technical managers.

    Hint from Ubertesters: Register before Mar 6 and save $100 on your ticket!

    Game developers conference

    E3 Conference

    When: June 16-18, 2015
    Where: Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA, USA
    Cost: $795 ($995 after 4/28/15)
    Attendees: 50,000
    Website: www.e3expo.com

    E3 is the world’s premiere trade show for computer and video games and related products. The 3-day show connects thousands of the most innovative and brightest experts in the entertainment industry. Please note that E3 is not open to the general public, so make sure to be able to document your direct professional affiliation to the entertainment industry.

    Who should attend:

    • Software developers;
    • Entertainment Industry Representatives;
    • Manufacturers, buyers and retailers.

    Hint from Ubertesters: If you are qualified Interactive Entertainment Industry Professional – you can apply for free. But hurry up, this proposition is available only for those who apply before 4/28/15.

    And, YES, only 6 conferences (out of 10) are listed above. Know why? We let YOU add your personal ‘I can’t wait’ event to the list. Drop us a note and we will consider your event to be added.

    2015 is a year of new challenges in technology, new opportunities and dramatic changes. Yeah, this year promises to be awesome!

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